• About Celebrate Milwaukie

    Celebrate Milwaukie, Inc. (CMI) is a community nonprofit organization established in 1999 for the purpose of supporting and promoting activities by and for the Milwaukie community.  In its first decade, CMI’s focus was on establishing the Milwaukie Farmers Market.  In its second decade, CMI has expanded its scope to support and sponsor a broader range […]

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  • Get Involved!

    There are countless ways to get involved in the Milwaukie community from volunteering to help with an event to attending a neighborhood clean-up there are lots of ways that anyone can get involved. A great first step in attending your neighborhood association meeting…. Get involved with your neighborhood association -if you don’t know which neighborhood you live […]

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  • Farmers Market

    With nearly 80 area vendors participating, the Milwaukie Farmer Market has quickly become a favorite farmers market in the Portland area. The market is open May through October from 9:30am-2pm. Having increased more than tenfold from the original seven vendors when it began in 1999, the Milwaukie Farmers Market has been CMI’s keystone project since the […]

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About Celebrate Milwaukie

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Celebrate Milwaukie, Inc. (CMI) is a community nonprofit organization established in 1999 for the purpose of supporting and promoting activities by and for the Milwaukie community.  In its first decade, CMI’s focus was on establishing the Milwaukie Farmers Market.  In its second decade, CMI has expanded its scope to support and sponsor a broader range of activities.

CMI’s  Board is comprised of:

David Aschenbrenner, President, Milwaukie Historical Society and Chair of the Hector Campbell NDA

Lisa Batey, City Councilor and former Chair, Milwaukie Planning Commission

Mark Stehn, Downtown business owner (Stehn Family Chapel) and member of the Board of the Providence Milwaukie Foundation

Melanie Bennett, Graduate of PSU’s Masters of Public Administration program, and volunteer in the Oregon 4-H program

Stephanie Rivelli,  Small business operator, former teacher, born and raised Milwaukie, resident of the Lewelling Neighborhood